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increase, but, still, this year we expect 230,000 women in the united states to be diagnosed with breast cancer and about 40,000 will die from it. >> and it affects so many people. it's a disease that really hits home and we try to bring more attention to it during the month of october. what should you do if you see something suspicious prior to or in between your mammogram. >> if something is identified on a breast exam, usually we recommend an imaging to help characterize it and help to guide further treatment. if something is identified on a mammogram or potentially an ultrasound, usually the patient at that point will undergo a biopsy. depending on what the findings are they will be referred to a surgeon. >> we can all imagine how overwhelming this would be. tell mow about the multidisciplinary approach at the cancer center. >> the multidisciplinary approach means there's a team of physicians and other healthcare providers who are working together -- surgeons, radiation doctors, nurses, to provide coordinated care to a breast cancer patient. at the university we have a whole team of
premobilizing crews early yesterday. we reached out to mutual assistance crews from across the united states. we will see them entering in to the service area as early as too many and sunday. in addition today, was our materials day, we really brought in extra materials, extra cable, poles, we started loading up our trucks and loading up our staging sites with the materials. >> what is the biggest challenge as you look forward towards the storm. >> just anticipating the storm's path. it is uncertain. we are preparing for several hundred thousand customers to be without service, but really is preparing and making sure we have all of our people in place, rested and ready to go as soon as it is safe to do so. >> what do you tell people? you are going to have communication with the customers and they see outages. what do you want them to know before the storm thatso they don't become a bigger problem. >> the most important thing is make sure your family has an emergency plan. make sure you have the emergency kit, some of the things you mentioned, flashlight, the water, blankets, make sure your famil
already taken a lot of lives in the caribbean. now it's moving on to land in the united states in our most densely populated areas. stay indoors. we're not trying to scare anyone, but are being honest. this is dangerous storm. in chrisfield. some of you go to the millers clam bake in the summer. on your way down there to the right as you're walking into the parking lot there is a housing community called summers cove. with the tidal surge that came up over the last couple of hours it raised the water that there's three feet of water spread on the ground floor of summers cove. so various as sets from the volunteer fire department to the dnr, police and their wart assets are removing people from there. i don't know if you've been in chris field when it's rained. that lower end tends to take on a lot of water. not unlike the downtown of ocean city. so we have a lot of people responding there and people are being evacuated from those homes to a shelter because their ground floors are filled up with a lot of water. questions? [ inaudible ] >> the height of the storm any special concerns. we're
that this victim has served our country and tried it make the united states better. >> reporter: police doesn't know if gladden knew his killer or was a mistaken case of -- case of mistaken identity. >> trying to find witnesses, going door to door. we also conducted surveillance in the area. this is a tragic incident. this person is a member of the milt military. we are asking for the community's's -- community's help. they're working with the criminal investigation service in the hopes of developing leads. it's also offering a cash reward. just call metro crp crop at 1-866-7-lockup. >>> the teenager charged with killing jessica ridgeway con phesed. austin sigg made his first court appearance. jessica's family was in the courtroom and it was an emotional day. >> reporter: austin sigg appeared in front of a colorado judge, accused of murdering jessica ridgeway. cameras were not allowed in the courtroom where jessica's family took up one row. her heartbroken grandmother could not hold back. >> light him on fire. send himell in a blaze of glory. >> reporter: some of sigg's family members showed
thought were explosives. he came to the united states on a student vis. >> >> when you go to school you don't assume somebody that you went to school with would do that. >> reporter: police raided hid home. >> he also checked with a source back to whether or not it would be all right or acceptable if -- women and children were killed. >> reporter: at first court records say he considered attacking the new york stock exchange but due to the heavy security decided to bomb the fed instead. prosecutors say he wasself radical and only thought he was part of al-qaeda. >> sort of -- they are really trying to fill some sort of grand act to make themselves look bigger. >> reporter: according to police this was the 15th alleged terror plot against new york since 9/11 1. experts say to expect more. abc news new york. >> three people are behind bars in connection with the murders of five people at a bar. police say that the bar was set on fire to hide a crime and the motive was robbery. an officer on patrol noticed the fire last night. inside forts found the bodies of one man and four women incl
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